Brandy Clark recently opened up about her journey and ongoing battle with insecurities.
The Dear Insecurity hitmaker earned six nominations at the upcoming 66th Annual Grammy Awards.
As reported by PEOPLE, Clark expressed gratitude for her Grammy nominations at the Awards.
Clark, despite being the most nominated country artist without a win, remains positive and appreciates the recognition.
Reflecting on her insecurities she shared, "I remember that girl who didn’t think she was pretty enough or that she couldn’t do this because of my sexuality. Those were insecurities, and I just decided to forge ahead even in the face of those."
The artist acknowledges the impact of the entertainment industry on fostering insecurities.
"The music business or any kind of entertainment business will put those kinds of insecurities in you, this is the way it goes. It's part of the job, I think," the singer shared.
In the music video for Dear Insecurity, a collaboration with Brandi Carlile, Clark bravely confronts her vulnerabilities.
The video portrays the struggle of being under the scrutiny of self-doubt, shedding light on the challenges artists face behind the scenes.
She shared, "I mean, I’m critical of myself the way all artists are about themselves on camera. In those moments, you're being asked to be your most vulnerable self. And that's hard to do while you're grappling with what you think is being said behind the camera."
Clark candidly discusses her daily battle with physical insecurities, emphasizing the societal pressure to conform to certain standards.
Additionally, the Shucked singer reflects on past struggles as a gay woman in the country music industry, feeling the need to exceed expectations for acceptance.
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